What do you do when Google Play says no internet connection?

google play says no internet connection

  1. #1 Wrong Data and Time.
  2. #2 Disable/Uninstall VPN Apps.
  3. #3 Clear Google Play Store cache | Fix Google Play store no internet connection retry error.
  5. #5 Uninstall Google Play Store updates.
  6. #6 Factory Reset android phone.

How do you reconnect Google Play store?

Link your Google Account to your phone or tablet

  1. On your computer, go to Google Play.
  2. At the top right, click your profile picture.
  3. If you’re not signed in to the right account, click Sign out, then sign in again with the right account.
  4. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Play Store app .

Can’t download any Apps from Play Store?

Basic troubleshooting steps

  1. Check that you have a strong Wi-Fi or mobile data connection.
  2. Check your storage space.
  3. Check for Android system updates.
  4. Check if the app is available for your device.
  5. Uninstall & reinstall the app.
  6. Close & reopen the Play Store.
  7. Uninstall & reinstall Play Store updates.
  8. Restart your device.

How do I fix no connection error?

Tap Power off or Restart if that is an option….This gives the app a fresh start and can help fix issues.

  1. Open your device’s settings app .
  2. Tap Apps and notifications See all apps.
  3. Scroll down and tap Google Play Store .
  4. Tap Storage Clear cache.
  5. Next, tap Clear data.
  6. Re-open the Play Store and try your download again.

How do I connect to Google Play?

How to Add a Device in Google Play

  1. Launch the Settings app on your Android, Chromebook, or iOS device.
  2. Next, you need to select Accounts (Users and Accounts on some devices) > Add account > Google.
  3. Enter your Google credentials (the ones you use for Gmail), press Next, and follow the on-screen instructions.

What happens if you clear data of Google Play services?

Important: When you clear Google Play Services data or storage, it may delete some information saved to your device, including transit cards, COVID cards, and virtual payment cards saved to Google Pay. See all apps.